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In connection with the start of Night Tube services on the Central, Northern and Victoria Lines, four bus routes serving North London will this weekend introduce overnight services on Friday night/Saturday mornings and Saturday night/Sunday mornings.

london buses roundelThe routes are:

34 (Walthamstow - Edmonton - Palmers Green - New Southgate - Barnet)

123 (Ilford - Woodford - Walthamstow - Tottenham - Turnpike Lane - Wood Green)

W3 (Finsbury Park - Hornsey - Alexandra Park - Wood Green - Tottenham)

W7 (Finsbury Park - Crouch End - Muswell Hill)

Used in conjunction with existing night bus routes (N29, N91 and 102) these will provide additional all-night links to the Palmers Green area without the need to travel through central London.

Four more weekend night services are also being introduced, three of them in East London - on routes 145, 158 and 296.  These all intersect with the 123 in Ilford or the 34 in Walthamstow, adding to the journey options for North Londoners travelling home after normal services have finished.

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